12.04.2012 [Patch.com] - The Brookline Booksmith welcomes ChristopherMoore, the author "Lamb," "Fool," "Bite Me" and his latest, "Sacre Bleu: A Comedy d'Art." He is talking at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, and tickets are $5. Having written with his witty and irreverent style
12.04.2012 [DVIDS] - ... a Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron air-traffic controller, Sgt. Justin M. Perry, a Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron air-traffic controller, and Sgt. ChristopherMoore, a Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron air-traffic controller
31.03.2012 [Bleacher Report] - From Dr. Seuss to Chuck Klosterman, from Robert Ludlum to ChristopherMoore, I've read a lot of books. As with any good book, it's not out of the ordinary to read it more than once. Growing up, one that I read multiple times was The Baseball Hall of
16.04.2012 [Plain Dealer (blog)] - By Michelle Jarboe McFee, The Plain Dealer In ChristopherMoore's newest novel, Lucien Lessard, a late 19th-century baker and aspiring painter in Paris, is drawn into a toxic romance with Juliette, his muse. Somehow, she is linked to the Colorman
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16.04.2012 [A.V. Club DC] - by Kevin McFarland April 16, 2012 ChristopherMoore is a chameleon of comic fantasy. His novels center on ordinary people thrust into extraordinary situations of historical significance or supernatural wonder: vampires in Bloodsucking Fiends and its
Comic fantasy novelist ChristopherMoore discusses with http://www.WatchMojo.com his influences when writing about vampires, as well as the recent rise in popularity of this... - 06.15.2010, MojoSupreme
22.04.2012 [San Jose Mercury News] - Sacré Bleu by ChristopherMoore. Did Vincent van Gogh really kill himself? His friends in the 19th-century art world set out to discover the truth. 9. The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection by Alexander McCall Smith. The 13th novel in the No.
20.04.2012 [Examiner.com] - The combined list for this week begins with ChristopherMoore's Sacré Bleu: A Comedy d'Art. The book combines a bit of mystery, Moore's version of history, and a bit of a love story to follow a French baker-painter and Henri Toulouse-Lautrec as they
20.04.2012 [Haber 3] - EMEA Finance dergisinin yayıncısı ve CEO'su ChristopherMoore da, Şekerbank VTMK ihracının, ülkenin sermaye piyasalarında gerçekleştirilen bu yöndeki ilk ticari işlemi ve küresel olarak KOBİ varlıkları ile desteklenen bu türdeki ilk uygulama olduğunu
19.04.2012 [San Jose Mercury News] - But in "Sacré Bleu," ChristopherMoore's latest novel, van Gogh's death is no suicide. Instead, as this captivating tale begins, the artist is shot by someone else. Set in the late 1890s, "Sacré Bleu" is about the artists living in Paris who, today
Był kiedyś taki czas, że nie miał zielonego pojęcia o komputerach. Wydawało mu się, że „podkładka pod myszkę” to zastrzeżona przez Disneya marka podpasek (...). - Źródło: Wyspa wypacykowanej kapłanki miłości, Warszawa 2008, s. 432.